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Dr. Bryan K. Hickman
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5985 Devecchi Apt 182 (916) 548-2113
Citrus Heights ca, 95621
 Over 20 years in multicultural education, student services coordination, educational leadership
management and curriculum development
 6 years teaching college level courses in K-16 education, social science and counseling
 Extensive experience working in educational research
 8 years experience teaching students with Learning Disabilities
 Leadership experience in K-12 program development and implementation
 9 years experience in the administration of public personnel
Tutor (self-employed) January 2010- September 2013
2 Karen Court Phone 916-548-2113Burlingame, CA 94010
Master’s Thesis coaching/tutoring
Courses taught:
 Building a qualitative and quantitative research project
 Research writing in APA/ MLA/ Chicago format
 Coaching to meet Thesis Committee requirements
University of California, Berkeley June 2012- August 2012
Summer Institute for the Gifted, River Plaza, 9 West Broad Street, Stamford, CT 06902-3788
Phone 866-303-4744 All contents copyright © Summer Institute for the Gifted/National Society for the
Gifted and Talented
Instructor / Lecturer Reason for Leaving: End of Contract
Courses taught:
• Planning lessons to meet curriculum standards
• Thinking out side the box.
• Business plane
• Management
American Advance Academy Burlingame, CA July 2011- March 2012
New Campus Location: 1338 Bayshore Hwy., Burlingame, CA 94010
Phone 650-921-2688
English lecturer
Reason for Leaving: Instability with Paycheck
Courses taught:
• Planning lessons to meet curriculum standards
• Reading books and materials in preparation for class
• Delivering engaging, coherent lectures
• Modifying activities and assignments to meet the learning needs of individual students
• Selecting and integrating appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction
• Grading tests, essays, reports and other assignments
• Meeting with students, parents and other educators to discuss student progress
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Evergreen Valley College August 2011- December 2011
3095 Yerba Buena Rd. • San Jose • CA 95135 • (408) 274-7900
Instructor / Lecturer
Course Ethnic Studies/ ETH-020 - African American Culture
Reason for Leaving: End of Contract
Courses taught:
 The African American experience in the United States
 Evolving, social, political
 APA formatting
 Performing professional outreach activities with Students.
 Work with administrators and other faculty to develop a comprehensive pre-collegiate program
 Economic cultural dynamics that create African American culture
 Survey of Third World Cultures African
 Provides students with a basic theoretical background also a violations background, U.S Laws
 Theoretical: Civil Right Movement / Congress of Racial Equality or CORE Movement
 Students, Learned the Origins of the African slave trade and its state of development when the
Ghanan empire 900-1100 A.D., and the Mandingo 1250- 1450 Students, Examine past, present
African to 2012 American
 Focusing primarily on US ethnic
San Jose State University, College of Social Science, San Jose, CA June 2010-March 2011
1 Washington Sq San Jose , CA 95192-0001
Instructor / Lecturer
Reason for Leaving: End of Contract
Courses taught:
 Graduate course in Economics
 Black economics
 APA formatting
 Group projects 1700-2011
 Black business timeline
 Hedge funds/ for African-American community
Aero Institute, a NASA Research Center, Palmdale, CA January 2010- December 2010
38256 Sierra Hwy, Palmdale, CA 93550 (661) 276-2376
University Research Center Project Coordinator
Reason for Leaving: End of Contract
Courses taught:
 Responsible for supporting the programs of the AERO Institute and NASA Dryden’s Education
 Responsible for developing, drafting and disseminating project information to the NASA
University Research Center (URC) affiliates
 Work with Project Administrator in developing the Annual URC symposium, workshops and/or
technical assistance forums using a variety of tools that assist URCs in achieving project goals and
assist in strengthening competencies with the current NASA missions
 Develop communications, evaluations or reports concerning URC site visits to include, but not
limited to, the recommended site review agenda, request for site review report and other
communications deemed appropriate
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 Monitor projects and control for URCs including risk, issue and action items tracking
 Responsible for tracking project milestones and making necessary recommendations to the
 Assists with the development and implementation of the project plan, evaluation plan, annual and
technical reports, presentations and other communications
Tutor (self-employed) January 2010- January 2012
2 Karen Court Phone 916-548-2113Burlingame, CA 94010
Master’s Thesis coaching/tutoring
Courses taught:
 Building a qualitative and quantitative research project
 Research writing in APA format
 Coaching to meet Thesis Committee requirements
The Art Institute of California 1120 Kifer Road, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 April 2009-May 2010
Phone 408-962-6400
Instructor / Lecturer
Reason for Leaving: Liberal Arts courses no longer offered in curriculum
 Courses taught:
 World Civilization
 Research Writing in APA (American psychological Association) format
California State University Sacramento, College of Education, Sacramento, CA August 2002-May 2008
Instructor / Lecturer
Reason for Leaving: End of contract
 Courses taught:
 Curriculum Development
This course taught approaches to whole curriculum and management of a school based on
sustainable development theory.
 Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society
This course presented social class, ethnicity and race, gender, exceptionality, religion,
language, and age as micro-cultures to which students and teachers belong. Integrating
critical pedagogy with research, it uses these micro-cultures as the basis for explaining
pluralism and multicultural education. This is affiliated with the national Council for
Accreditation of Teacher Education.
 Intercultural Proficiency, Marketing & Planning
This course investigated several potential intercultural influences of a semester abroad for
students from the United States. Findings reveal that students who study abroad may have
greater intercultural proficiency, increased openness to cultural diversity, and become
more globally minded than those students remaining in a traditional campus setting.
Students who participate in study abroad programs (SAPs) perceive themselves as being
more proficient, approachable, and open to intercultural communication.
 Modeling for Graduate Students Teacher Prep Program
This course taught curriculum design administrative design, community development and
design, multicultural cross-cultural design and executive leadership design.
 Research and Design: Mix Method
This course taught qualitative and quantitative research design.
 Online courses using Black Board Web CT, curriculum development of course procedures
 Teaching K-12 students in urban setting
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 Develop and implement policies, programs, and procedural operations; determine information
requirements to develop and recommend long-range; and, understanding of annual planning,
budgets, and acquisition strategies and ability to provide management with authoritative analyses
and consultation on the development and management of information resources
 Provided leadership in building enrollment for Education Credential Programs
 Experience in management with direct supervision of personnel/students
Alliant International University, San Francisco, CA September 2003- May 2007
Graduate Lecturer & Research Assistant for Dr. Karen B. McLean Donaldson
Reason for Leaving: Completed doctoral course work & accepted full-time position at Cal State,
Reason for Leaving: End of Contract
 Courses taught:
 Dynamic Strategy and Leadership
 Implementing Strategy
 Mergers and Acquisitions
 Strategic Alliances: Creating Growth
 Strategic Thinking and Management
for Competitive Advantage
 Managing Products & Services
 Research Design
 Curriculum of methodologies
 Planning, Developing and
Implementing K-16 Programs
 Counseling and Recruiting Students
for University Admission
 Work with administration on the Americans with Disabilities Act, legal research and diversity
 Data collection, statistical data and mixed method data analysis
 Conducted research for the design and development of the Kuumba Leadership Institute Pilot
After-School Research Project
 Worked with Doctoral degree in appropriate field Education leadership of management business
 Experience working in a university setting, programming experience, and possess excellent
communication skills
Fathers & Families: The Best Academy, Sacramento, CA January 2002- April 2005
Assistant Developer
Reason for Leaving: Limited work hours available due to budget constraints
Courses taught:
 Developed math and social studies curricula for 6th-12th graders to improve education quality
 Created after-school program for low-income children enhancing students’ sense of ownership
and belonging
 Empowered students by modeling and teaching behavior modification, diversity understanding,
and conflict mediation and resolution at The Best Academy
 Supervised 10-15 California State University, Sacramento graduate students
 Collaborated with graduate students on the implementation of the after-school program to ensure
 Experience in management with direct supervision of personnel/students
Kaplan College, Modesto, CA September 2002- May 2003
Student services coordinator
Reason for Leaving: Left to focus on doctoral program
Courses taught:
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 Coordinated and conducted orientations for staff and students
 Acted as liaison between staff and students
 Managed and approved course curricula and assisted with scheduling students’ courses
 Provided leadership, programming and support for off-campus and adult student learners.
Responsible for the daily coordination and administration of commuter and nontraditional student
services office and developing programs designed to meet the needs of commuter and
nontraditional students. Coordinator facilitates assessment of needs, satisfaction and outcomes,
initiates and maintains working relationships with local apartment managers, and coordinates
publications and marketing materials
 Provide data and reports on assigned programs, answer emails and phone calls regarding the
Kaplan College, take registrations, maintain detailed records of participant, and provide on-deck
supervision of the Kaplan College
 Assist in budget preparation, monitoring expenses, evaluating budget variances, determining
staffing needs, and designing and preparing promotional material for programs and events
Howe Avenue Elementary School, Sacramento, CA August 2000- May 2002
Howe Avenue 2404 Howe Ave Sacramento, CA 95825 Phone 916-566-2165
Teaching Assistant
Reason for Leaving: End of training program
Courses taught:
 Established a reading and writing competency pullout program for students
 Instructed students in grades K-6 in the areas of writing and reading
 Worked with administration on the Americans with Disabilities Act and conduct legal research
 Worked with individual students on reading writing and arithmetic
 Develop curriculum for bilingual multicultural education students K-6
Carl Yumata, Attorney at Law January 1997-December 2000
• Assistant Volunteer
• Legal Research and Writing
California State University Sacramento / Federal student work program August 1999-May 2000
6000 J St Sacramento , CA 95819-2694 (916) 278-6011
• Student Services & Art Gallery Monitor
E-Trade Rancho Cordova Blvd September 1996-June 2000
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 -800-786-2575
(Kelly Services – agency for E-Trade ) 916- 441-2440
2805 J St Ste 240, Sacramento, CA
• Telephone customer service
NAACP, Sacramento Branch
P. O. Box 188231Sacramento, CA 95818 Phone 916 447-8629 August 1996 – June 1997
 Telephone customer service
 Assistant Volunteer
California State University, Sacramento, CA August 1995 - May1996
6000 J St Sacramento , CA 95819-2694 (916) 278-6011
 Proposition 209 Volunteer/Student
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California State University August 1995 - May 1998
6000 J St Sacramento , CA 95819-2694 (916) 278-6011
 University Art Gallery Alva Taylor Hall/Student
 Diversity Scholarship, Alliant International University, CA 2002-2008
 Diversity Scholarship, California State University, Sacramento, CA 1994-2002
 Diversity Scholarship, Sacramento City College, CA 1990-1994
 National Association for Multicultural Education, 2002- Present
 Alumni Association of California State University, Sacramento, CA, 2002- Present
 Alliant International University Alumni, San Francisco, CA, 2008- Present
 NASA Stakeholder Education Summit, September 2010
 Chaderjian High School guest speaker at Graduation Ceremony, Stockton, CA, September
 Dissertation: An Analysis of the Double Consciousness of African American Men in the
Higher Education Pipeline, May 2008
 Santa Clara University, Ethnic Studies guest speaker, November 2009
 Inspire Alexandra twilight, College prep course, communications guest speaker, September
 An Analysis of the Double Consciousness of African American Men in the Higher Education
Pipeline, Doctoral Dissertation (150 pp., 2008), (Published)
 Multicultural Teaching Strategies for Dyslexic Children, Master’s Thesis (100 pp., May 2003),
 Black Man, September 2007
 Adult Education, August 2006
 Cultural Identity, August 2006
 The Homogeneous Environment, August 2006
 Educational Changing Policy, August 2006
 Black Political Thought, March 2005
 Psychology of Schooling, June 2005
 Psychology of Schooling: The Adult Learner (bell hooks cited), June 2005
 Knox's Proficiency Theory, June 2005
 Multiculturalism, June 2005
 Transformative Learning, June 2005
 Educational Paradigm, January 2010
Dr. Bryan K. Hickman
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Ed.D., Education and Leadership Management, Alliant International University, San Francisco,
CA, 2003-2008
M.A., Bilingual Multicultural Education, California State University, Sacramento, CA,
JFK Law School, Pleasant Hill, CA,
Present 2012-2016
B.A., Ethnic Studies, California State University, Sacramento, CA,
A.S., History, African American Studies and Social Science, Sacramento City College, CA,
H.D., Chico High School, Social Science/ English City of Chico, CA,
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